HANSON, Mass. - A plane has crashed at a Hanson, Massachusetts airport for the second time in just four days, according to sources.
People with knowledge of the situation tell Boston 25 News a plan has gone off the runway and landed upside down at Cranland Airport.
The pilot has apparently been able to get out of the plane and suffered only minor injuries. The pilot was taken to South Shore Hospital to be evaluated.
On Friday, a plane crashed into a pond near Cranland Airport, killing one passenger and paralyzing another.
MORE: Cranland Airport is where this small plane was taking off from Friday when it crashed — killing the pilot and paralyzing his brother. FAA and NTSB already in town investigating that crash. #Boston25 pic.twitter.com/SEKXWSqjjJ— Mike Saccone (@mikesacconetv) August 27, 2018
The two brothers were taken to area hospitals after that crash. Scott Landis, the pilot, died from his injuries Saturday morning.
The passenger, Patrick Landis, was left paralyzed.
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